Can we say HELLO STAMPtember™?! What a great first couple of days! Today I have a beautiful project Julianna Hudgins created, and it’s showcasing a lot of wire work! When we were at CHA this past summer, I had the pleasure of being in one of Julianna’s classes and completed a wire project. At first, I was like, ‘there is NO WAY I can do this!’ because it looks so intricate- but it’s not true! Once you get the feel of the tools and the projects, it’s just like riding a bike! Plus, the projects that are seem to be the biggest challenge always provide the most satisfaction!
First up, it’s getting used to the wire and twisting it into the shapes you need.
the pegs and then take the wire piece up to the top and wrap again to create one long
4. Create two top wire pieces
for the Goddess
. Design the first one and then move the pegs
across to the other side of the WigJig to create the second one.
shape to match the curves of the Goddess
. Leave the paper in the die template and use it as a stencil to airbrush with
a paper piercer
to punch tiny holes, bend small pieces of wire in half and put through the
holes, then bend flat in the back to hold in place.
8. To create the stamped background
randomly stamp onto the paper and then lightly ink the
9. To create the black Goddess outline lay the die template onto the black cardstock
trace around the die. Then fussy cut the image.
pieces and add 3D Foam Squares
to the back and adhere to the top of the pink mat. Then
add two small wire wrapped pieces to the top of the card on each side of the tag.
11. Layer the stamped background on to the black mat and adhere to card front. Then layer
Here are some Beadalon
products, and the other ingredients for this card!
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